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LINKTV
Dec 30, 2012 5:30am PST
, islamabad. they were expected taliban fighters. 17 people have been killed in a bomb attack in the west. it happened in this province and is believed they were shi'ite pilgrims when they came under attack. we have the latest from the capital, islamabad. >> despite desperate attempts to secure the relief for the trouble policeman held under cover, they went ahead and executed at least 21 of the policemen. one was able to escape from the scene alerted the authorities about the incident. they that arrived on the scene to find out one of the policemen had survived the attack and was moved in critical condition. are the same day, a group of peasants moving from the border town on the border of pakistan and iran was attacked 45 kilometers from the provincial capital. the bombs were a remote control device set to leverage through at least one of the buses and destroying it completely with many casualties on board. they fear the number may rise because of the nature of the injuries. most of the wounded are in bad condition, badly burned, and the ones who were killed were burned beyond recogniti
PBS
Dec 20, 2012 7:00pm PST
next. islam, nhk world, islamabad. >> some people may have been surprised to have woken up this morning. the so-called new agers were convinced the world would end on december 21st with the end of the mayan long count calendar. archeologists say their beliefs are groundless. the supposed end of the mayan calendar has prompted apocalyptic speculation around the world. about 1,000 tourists are expected to visit the mayan ruins in mexico. a museum in moscow is offering a place. ticket prices are around $100. museum curators say they are sold out. police have been busy trying to keep visitors away. >>> people in china are busy trying to detain the myths. the police have obtained more than 600 members of a banned cult. the communists parties official newspaper has called on all chinese to stay calm. the rumors have no scientific basis. the beijing times reported a strong cold snap will grip the country over the weekend but it has nothing to do with the world ending. >>> they are facing their toughest test this century. the state run newspaper publiced a commentary. it notes the rift with jap
CNN
Dec 9, 2012 4:00am PST
know, was always in a troubled spot. islamabad, kabul. on this day he was actually en route to the white house. we were making our christmas plans and laughing and joking on the phone and all was well, and an hour later i had a call if there the ambulance that was taking him to the emergency room and that was our last conversation. and then being the wife of such a public man, my morning cou ii mourning could not stay private and i understand that. and i had to plan a memorial that was worthy of such a public man, and that imposed its own stresses. but at the same time, it was a balm, reassuring to me to have discovered that richard had touched so many lives around the world and letters kept pouring in and i red each one. but in reading those letters, decided that i really couldn't stay in our home and in our city of new york if i wanted to get on with my life and that's when it took me to paris. paris is at the heart of this love story because for whatever reason every happy moment in high life seems to have taken place in paris. >> you say in the book what was i if not par
KCSMMHZ
Dec 20, 2012 6:00am PST
in the southern city of karachi and in the capital islamabad. they are demanding that authorities provide them with protection to accomplish their goal of ending polio. pakistan is one of only three countries in the world where the disease is still endemic. it is not yet known who is behind the multiple attacks. the pakistani taliban has long opposed vaccinations saying they are a plot to sterilize muslims. however, they have spoken out against such myths. there are also accusations that immunization campaigns are cover for spies. following the death of osama bin laden it emerged that the united states had used a pakistani medical team to gather intelligence on the al qaeda leader. >>> the shooting of pakistani teenager an outspoken advocate of women's right to education has received global attention. her courage inspired many. attacks by muslim militants continue as does public anxiety. many are fearful for showing support for the shooting victim. nhk world reports. >> reporter: the 15-year-old student was shot by the pakistani taliban in october after championing girls rights to education. s
LINKTV
Dec 27, 2012 5:30am PST
events in islamabad. much depends on what is said today and how the public response to him as to whether he will be a hit or miss. >> indeed. it should also not be forgotten that the performance of the pakistan people's party has not convinced the people across the country that the country is going towards financial bankruptcy and the fact that the ppp has already lost one prime minister who was sent home on contempt of court charges, regarding the swiss authorities. a lot of people will be working carefully. it will be an uphill task for the pakistan people's party to regain its capability as far as the people of pakistan are concerned. >> elections r. less than four months away and the ppp certainly have a lot of work to do and they not been very popular, kamal. one assumes the general election will be a tight race. >> there are big questions about the general election because of the security situation and the demand by other forces that there should be accountability before those elections. you correctly said the people's party-led coalition government continue on the 16th of march an
PBS
Dec 18, 2012 4:00pm PST
, islamabad. the >> for more on these extraordinary attacks, i spoke earlier with a former u.s. ambassador to pakistan, wendy chamberlin. she is now president of the middle east institute. does it just looked like it, or are we seeing an increase in targeted attacks against women and children in pakistan? >> it does look like it, but long before mullock was attacked -- >> the girl that was trying to promote education for girls. >> that is right. the spokesman was attacked in a bird away by the pakistani taliban. but they have been attacking innocent people for a long time. and today is very brutal attack is just a dramatic -- symptomatic of the campaign against innocent people in pakistan. >> they have not cleaned these attacks, but they have set in the past that the campaign to eradicate polio in pakistan as part of a western plot. >> not only that, and i know it is hard to believe, but they have been able to convince many of the more uneducated people in the northwest and along the border that it is actually a cia plot to sterilize their children. this has been going on long before mulal
PBS
Dec 20, 2012 4:00pm PST
restricted to the embassy in islamabad and places like that. they're worried because of the concerns raised by benghazi and the tragic deaths of four americans, the work might become more difficult. >> thank you for joining us. >> across europe, demonstrators have taken to the streets of protests and nowhere more so than in spain. in keeping the peace, how far should the police be able to go? that is a question that has been raised after some people have been left severely injured. country,in's basque police officers train with a new weapon. they will use it at demonstrations when things turn violent. the weapons afire these, the rounded tip of which is made of a heart from. they can be fired accurately at a distance of up to 50 meetings. in this region, they will have a weapon which fires these rubber balls. the new weapons can be fired directly at the troubled maker but the rubber bullets are first fired at the ground. the idea is that they will bounce up towards their intended target. the police will stop using this weapon after a rubber ball hit a man back in april and he later died. mo
WETA
Dec 18, 2012 6:00pm EST
a crippling disease. bbc news, islamabad. the >> for more on these extraordinary attacks, i spoke earlier with a former u.s. ambassador to pakistan, wendy chamberlin. she is now president of the middle east institute. does it just looked like it, or are we seeing an increase in targeted attacks against women and children in pakistan? >> it does look like it, but long before mullock was attacked -- >> the girl that was trying to promote education for girls. >> that is right. the spokesman was attacked in a bird away by the pakistani taliban. but they have been attacking innocent people for a long time. and today is very brutal attack is just a dramatic -- symptomatic of the campaign against innocent people in pakistan. >> they have not cleaned these attacks, but they have set in the past that the campaign to eradicate polio in pakistan as part of a western plot. >> not only that, and i know it is hard to believe, but they have been able to convince many of the more uneducated people in the northwest and along the border that it is actually a cia plot to sterilize their children. this has b
CNN
Dec 1, 2012 3:00pm PST
islamabad, one of pakistan's most prominent journalists, he's the executive editor of gotv. thanks for coming in. i'm glad to see you. i'm glad you survived this assassination attempt. how did you discover this bomb that was under your car? >> that was only a good luck because the driver of my neighbors, he saw it installed under my car with a magnet. he warned my driver there is something under your car please check it. my driver checked it. and he was suspicious because it was a bag. then he informed me, i was preparing myself to go to the office. and i was already informed by the department and some security -- also from the police that i'm under threat and i should be careful. so that's why i informed the bomb disposal squad of the 30, 35 minutes to diffuse the bomb. >> the taliban as you know, has claimed responsibility for wanting to kill you because of your coverage of that young pakistani school girl who was burned badly, flown to britain for treatment a spokesman said, we have advise ed journalists t be moderate. if they don't understand our advice, we send explosives or s
PBS
Dec 14, 2012 12:00am PST
, she is wearing a nice suit, she is in islamabad but never asked to be stationed there and in the. >> the interpreter: gation they are using extreme measures, you know, water boarding, and even within that scene without a lot of dialogue i found to be really compelling, to think of playing that, you know, as an actor and to start from there to see where, as the journey goes on she descends the rabbit hole and becomes a stranger to herself, this life that she knew, like a shadow. >> rose: she loses herself in her mission. >> yeah, until the very end when the pilot asks her where do you want to go there is this moment of not knowing where she can go or even who she is, and it is such a big question for maya at the end. >> rose: who is she? >> well, i don't think she knows who she is, you know, because -- >> rose: or where she goes from there. >> exactly, she lived her whole life with this one goal, what happens, and what means did she use to achieve that goal, and what does that make her now that is over? >> rose:. >> where do we go now? the movie ends with a question, and it is un
CSPAN
Dec 19, 2012 1:00am EST
but -- islamabad. we have a very difficult ongoing relationship with pakistan, try to get that right is going to be inue to be the har-- to difficult. we need to work with pakistan and realize it is often on the wrong side. that may turn to the arab awakening. which dan illustrated as the new challenge that has emerged over the course of the last two years. two years ago on this stage, dan and i had done an event and we set within two years, four arab dictators would be toppled, if it would be saved by saudi tanks, a 6th would be struggling to stay in to the country and a seventh would be on his way out, you would abbas said the brookings institution clearly does not know who to hire. they have some crazy people up here. no one predicted what would happen in the arab world. no one could anticipate the space it would create and al qaeda did not anticipate it either was caught so badly on the back foot for the first six months that it seemed completely irrelevant to the whole structure. but al qaeda is a learning organization. and that the organization. it does not -- an adaptive organization.
CSPAN
Dec 8, 2012 10:00am EST
detained and those in the north. islamabad ones were -- there has been no meaningful effort to investigate a much less those held accountable. sanogo who we believe we have testimonies was rewarded with the position of being put in charge of the securities sector. with respect to recommendations, i want to highlight four areas. the first is typically lays abuses. i would say they have to widen that criticism of the malian army. bantustan firm against any amnesty negotiations. this addresses rising ethnic tension. over the last eight months i have observed an alarming increase in tension. this has led communities to seek redress including to the formation of armed militias and plans to settle for the legal framework. i cannot emphasize enough how impunity a more recent violations in feeling the spirit and not address, i believe it could lead to punishments. to address this, i urge the u.s. government to do a few things. push mali to ensure the grievances of all northern residents are heard, not just those who have taken up arms. the second would be it for them to adopt a communications stra
MSNBC
Dec 12, 2012 3:00am PST
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